Sunday, December 6, 2015

Have Yourself a Historical Holiday

What better way to celebrate the season than to step back into time with this collection of delightful historical holiday romances. Download for your kindle for only $0.99 each by clicking on the title below or to order the trio, Love’s Christmas Past, from Amazon in one paperback for $13.99 click here.

Fragile Blessings By Susan M. Baganz (Inspirational/Holiday Romance)
In the late 1800’s, Grant and Lily have established their farm amongst the bluffs of western Wisconsin. As they anticipate the birth of their first child, tragedy strikes. With shaken faith and grief driving a wedge between them, is it possible for three orphans to heal Grant and Lily’s heart and relationship? 

A Medieval Christmas By Rachel A. James (Historical Romance/Medieval/Holiday)
Lady Nola is a woman of good-standing, but one tragic mistake is set to change her life forever. Rather than be forced to wed a stranger to hide her transgressions, she flees from home. 

With child, hungry and homeless, Nola wanders the streets of medieval London in search of a Christmas miracle. 

Christmas Bells By Jewell Tweedt (Inspirational/Historical/Holiday romance)

Come hear the sounds of Christmas… 

Vivacious frontier widow Connie Rose Simonson manages two caf├ęs while dreaming of the perfect Christmas for her son Andrew, but not everyone welcomes her success. A corrupt banker wants her properties and will manipulate anyone in his way. 

Dr. James Connor heals others while forsaking his own needs. The town’s only doctor, an influenza outbreak, and the holiday season leave him exhausted and discouraged. 

It looks like another lonely holiday for the Connor and the Simonsons until Andrew is injured and the doctor becomes entranced by the attractive widow. But James has been hurt before and hesitates to get involved, after all, a physician must always maintain a proper relationship with his patients. 

It’s up to angelic newcomer Diana to bring them together creating new beginnings, new memories, and to hear
Christmas bells ringing.

1 comment:

  1. Love this! I read Rachel's book, and have to get the others.

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